Oversight Dem linked to consultants managing group funneling millions into torpedoing Biden investigations

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Rep. Daniel Goldman, who will push back against Republican investigations, is linked to the Arabella Advisors consulting firm through his family foundation

A Democratic congressman tasked with pushing back against Republican investigations into President Biden, his administration, and the president’s son, Hunter Biden, has links to a major consultancy that manages a fund funneling millions to a group attempting to torpedo those very investigations, Fox News Digital has discovered.

Through his family foundation, Rep. Daniel Goldman, D.-N.Y, a member of the House Oversight Committee, has ties to Arabella Advisors, a Washington, D.C., consulting firm that overlooks the largest dark money network in the country. Arabella Advisors manages the Sixteen Thirty Fund, which has bankrolled the Congressional Integrity Project, a group of liberal operatives working behind the scenes with Democrats in attempts to smother the Biden investigations by Goldman’s GOP colleagues on the Oversight Committee.

Goldman, a wealthy heir to the Levi Strauss jean company fortune, acted as the lead Democratic counsel for President Trump’s first impeachment, making him a valuable asset for Democrats on the powerful Oversight Committee, where he’ll serve as a main counterpunch to Republican investigators.

“Representative Goldman’s deep-seated financial ties to a dark money network that is attempting to influence the Oversight Committee are extremely problematic,” Caitlin Sutherland, executive director of Americans for Public Trust, told Fox News Digital. “How can Goldman be trusted to execute his duties ethically when he seems so fraught with conflicts himself?”

Goldman’s ties to Arabella Advisors lie with his family foundation, the Richard W. Goldman Family Foundation, which works to “promote equality” and reduce “barriers to opportunity across generations for our nation’s most disadvantaged.” According to tax forms, Goldman held several roles at the foundation, which he typically operated alongside a few other family members. In 2012, he became its secretary; in 2018, he also took over its treasurer responsibilities. 

The same year he became its treasurer, Goldman’s family foundation moved its books into the care of Arabella Advisors. But even before the influential firm took over its books, the foundation had paid Arabella Advisors hundreds of thousands of dollars in fees dating back to 2013, its tax forms show. The foundation has also doled out more than $1.2 million to the New Venture Fund, an Arabella Advisors-managed dark money nonprofit incubator, for endeavors.

By Joe Schoffstal

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